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. u.s. is stepping up diplomatic efforts. deadly airstrikes and rocket attacks continue. t.j. winick reports. >> reporter: this morning an israeli man armed with an ax and knife stabbed a guard at the u.s. embassy in tel aviv the guard was wounded but fired off a few shots, security wrestled the man to the ground. president obama is sending secretary of state clinto mideaa cease-fire between israel and hamas in gaza. >> the united states does not engage directly with hamas. hamas has not met the conditions that we've set for many years to renounce terrorism to recognize israel's right to exist. >> reporter: tensions are fraying in gaza. israeli jets cratering over 100 targets, killing five, gaza militants blasted off over 60 rockets at israel. abc news was there as one family bolted to their bomb shelter as the sirens sounded. with columns of tanks massing on the gaza border, israeli cabinet is stepping back from the brink postponing a ground invasion, for now. warning only a long term cease-fire could avert a dreaded ground assault. >> if a long term solution can be put in place thr
attendant at u.s. airway authorized a strike though it is not expected to impact thanksgiving travel because cooling off period is expected to be imposed. attendant upset over contract terms under the merger of u.s. airway and america west airlines. >> as millions of americans head to the airport and face long security lines, news tonight about the threat that make those checks so critical. 4 men from southern california are under arrest charged with plot to go join al qaeda and kill americans. as pierre thomas explains the men are following a dead terrorist still so powerful he's inspiring a new wave of jiha jihadist from the grave. >>reporter: an war was the world most wanted man. public enemy no. 1. encouraging radical to attack america in the on line preaching. u.s. killed him in the drone strike in september 2011 but today we learn he's still helping to recruit terrorists from the grave. overnight the fbi announced charges against 4 california men accused of plotting to good to afghanistan to bomb and kill u.s. soldier soldiers. they were disciple of an war. extensive amount of
of the u.s. government. the members are serious. even taken symbolic blood oath. up next. how they live outside the law as they make plans to take over the country. >> also the president sensitive side. what drove mr. obama to tears in the just released video. >> then later on "nightline". >> coming up next on "nightline". spent nearly 40 years behind bars for double murder he insist he did not commit. today he was set free. amazing story of a decades long fight for justice. >> hang over star bradley cooper wearing the mantle of cooper wearing the mantle of sexiest man alive. on >> stay with us. 7 news at for over 60,000 california foster children, the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. oh, did you want it? yea we
became the first u.s. president to visit the country of myanmar in a quick stop over that included meetings with the president and a nobel peace prize winner who spent years under house arrest. thousands of burmese filled the streets as president obama joined by hillary clinton paid a personal call on suu kyi. -- at the university the president addressed critics who complained the u.s. has rushed too soon to avoid leaders here. the white house says the trip should not be viewed as a victory celebration but as an opportunity to press for urgent actions still needed there, especially freeing political prisoners and ending ethic tension. >> the president: you need to reach for a future where national security is strengthed by a military that serves uncivilians. >> reporter: it wasn't all diplomacy. he made a tourist stop at one of the oldest most revered sites in buddhism. president obama barefoot, as is required, poured cups of water over the showed -- over the shoulder of a by due. president obama has now arrived at his third and final stop in asia, cambodia for the economic summit
with dextrin the same fiber found in many popular supplements sold in the u.s.. does it work? >> if i was trying to lose weight would you advise me to drink this soda? >> absolutely not, it is not healthy, >> i've read this, >> we are calling it pepsi poop. >> nice. the nutritionist add there is is no is up thing as healthy soda, pepsi special does contain calories no word on if and when it may go on sale in the u.s.. >>> new study stanford claims humans have been steadily losing intelligence, professor says advances in technology have made survival less stress and we no longer need intelligence to survive. he speculates as mutations in the human brain and erosion in intellectual capabilities he says we probably peaked as hunter gatherers when we were nonverbal. >> we have to multi-task these days you can argue that will make us more intelligent. >> still thinking about that diet drink. >>> next, the sun is setting on the twilight movie series. >> thousands turn out to see the stars in los angeles. ron: years ago i made a promise to provide the best for my family, in sickness and in h
the u.s. is rumored to be involved in with the discovery of a pair of computer viruses. >> in the case of one, was written by the u.s. and/or israel to damage centrifuges that were being used in iran. >> they say it may mark the first time a computer virus has done physical damage to a country's infrastructure but certainly not the last. >> every year the number of system connected grows and number of devices grow and with that will be a vulnerabilities. >> that the u.s. will be better equipped to catch or to exploit. >> dan: that is remarkable. >> some business news, at&t promises a major upgrade. phone company said it plans to spend billions of dollars more on the next three years to improve networks. they are trying to catch up with verizon and maybe expand into audible connections. >> u.s. trade commission declared china responsible for bringing the solar panel to the brink of collapse. they did so by subsidizing its own manufacturers and under cutting prices here. it will be big tariffs on chinese made solar panels. say goodbye to an election full of laughs. late night comedy high
did is on track to become the second deadliest storm in u.s. history some figures reaching 50 billion dollars. some wonder if a high-tech sea barrier could have stopped the storm surge that flooded lower manhattan and washed away parts of the jersey shore. some have proven effective in europe. the statue of liberty is closed so crews can inspect for damage many brandi hitt, abc7 news. >>> disney and abc are making monday a day of giving encouraging everyone to give to the sandy relief efforts. disney is parent company to abc7 >>> the october jobs report is out, it could impact tuesday' presidential election. analysts say more people without jobs started looking for work, 171,000 new jobs were added to the economy. katie marzullo is in the newsroom with the way president obama and mitt romney are spinning numbers. >> reporter: as it turns out the numbers landed in some grey area giving both something to seize upon to benefit their own campaign. >> the president: hello ohio! >> reporter: despite the small rise in the unemployment rate president obama pumped up ohio this morning. >> the
the u.s. they paid $713 million in taxes on foreign earnings of nearly $37 billion in the year that ended september 29th. that compares to $12 billion in the u.s. apple often leave significant profits overseas to avoid the corporate tax rate. >> scientists in the netherlands have devised a way to make concrete that heals itself. the spores come alive when they come in contact with water. water and chemicals can seep into cracks less than half that size. if all goes well the concrete could be on the market in two or three years. >>> some disappointing news hogue to find life on mars. nasa scientists says rover has detected no methane on mars. they are probing the atmosphere. nitrogen oxygen and carbon monoxide. it's still possible a future test could find methane. >> millions of americans have already voted for the presidential election but most are waiting until tuesday to cast their ballots. >> meteorologist leigh glaser is up next with the accu-weather forecast. >> i'm mike shumann, raiders staged a rally against tampa ♪ just put a little bit of yourself f ♪ ♪ in everyt
, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> the u.s. house and senate intelligence committees will meet to figure out how to move forward in the cia seek scandal. sex scandal. they want to know why they were not informed what was going on earlier and if there was a breech in anyway connected to it. david petraeus resigned friday. he admitted an affair with paula broadwell. this is the first video of broadwell since the scandal broke. she is back this washington at her brother's home. broadwell was investigated for threatening a friend of petraeus, jill kelley. they uncovered a -- they discovered a relationship between her and another top military leader, general john alan. they found 20,000 to 30,000 e-mails. some were flirtatious. alan will stay in command of u.s. forces in afghanistan. though a promotion to the leader of nato forces is on hold for the time being. much more on the petraeus sex scandal coming up on "nightline" right after this newscast at 11:35. >>> well, it should be a decent-sized catch as crab season officially gets under way tomorrow. but prepare to pay a bit more. john alston ha
-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. jeans sz. >> u.s. nraev is punishing the seal team 6 including one who is on the mission that killed osama bin laden. for helping a redwood city company develop a new video game. electronic arts or ea for short produced medal of honor war fighter and began distributing the game last month. the seals work as consultant on the project and received letters of reprimand and pay cut in half for 2 most. rear admiral wrote this. we don't tolerate the policy that govern who we are and what we do as sailors in the united states navy. >>> well president obama thanked his chicago campaign staff on wednesday for making tuesday victory possible. mr. obama told the staff because of what they had done it means the work he is doing is important and he choked up. [applause]. >> he told his staff they will do amazing things in their life and their journey is just beginning. the campaign released the video. mitt romney campaign left one image behind. office of the president elect. designed with the hope of romn
. >>reporter: most ago he was obscure. before being elect entered may. he slide if i himself as key u.s. al lay. >> i want to thank president morsi for his personal leadership to de-escalate the situation in gaza and end the violence. >> it put united states in an awkward position to criticize a part earner that it is clearly now has to rely on in the region. >>reporter: state department says this is an issue of international concern but morsi is saying this is only temporary. he will relinquish the powers once constitution is completed but extended the deadline until late february. >> u.s. airway made detour when the plane hit by bird. you can see part of the wing is crack. indicator lights went off in the cockpit and craw knew only that something had happened. shortly after take off. flight was head from key west, florida to charlotte, north carolina. diverted to fort myers, florida and nobody hurt. >> u.s. postal service dealing with a 12 billion dollar deficit among the closure and cut back is a local post office as wayne found it it's a throw back and gem mostly for the woman w
at san jose international airport happened just this month and involved u.s. airway plane like this one. the pilot declared an emergency after take off and returned to the airport on one engine. >> i have heard stories and they do seem kind of scary would be 63rd too if i were in the plane. >>reporter: airport is working with the u.s. department of agriculture to implement wild life hazard management program that wants the city okay to continue the practice of using cracker shells to scare birds with loud noise and also get perfect m dogs use deadly bird shot when needed. >> at the very last measure we will, they will be permitted if this item passs to actually use guns on airport to take bird by lethal means. >>reporter: faa launch add crack down to reduce bird strike after the so-called miracle landing on the hudson if january 2009. danville pilot successfully landed the u.s. airway jet in the hudson river after a flock of geese destroyed both engines. san jose 1,000 acre airport has large birds such as sea gull and raptor as well as flock of smaller birds which can cuss proble
all of them to commit violent jihad on u.s. soil. 34-year-old natural citizen from afghanistan is accused of recruiting 3 younger men living in los angeles, san bernardino and riverside counties down south. fbi files indicate the 4 were planning to unite at al qaeda training camp with the intent of returning to the u.s. to commit terrorist acts. >> san jose police are appealing for help to get a wanted killer off the street. 20,000 dollar reward now offered for the capture of second man who took part in a string of weekend crimes. police have already arrested this man jonathan will banks who committed the crimes with this man. the 2 are caused of killing 22-year-old the man during attempted carjacking at 7-11. victims friends are asking the suspect to turn himself in. >> justice should be done and i hope the guy gets caught and serves life in prison. because that's not the way people should leave this earth. >>reporter: 2 gunmen also accused of robbing 4 businesses and wound ago police officer during a shoot out. that officer suffered just minor injuries. >> artist arrest
. earlier this year the u.s. government for bid the company from importing 30 drugs from some of the facilities in indi india. because of bad record keeping. they won't say where these pills are made. the fda says it can't comment and whether they violated the rules. >> the company has real difficulty with quality control not in 1 or couple facility but in many facilities. >>reporter: even though this is the largest maker of generic liptor there are enough other manufacturer to make up for any shortages. this is abc news, washington. >> let's go back and talk about the storm coming in. sandy is in for spencer tonight. this is a doozy. >> it is going to be indeed da dan. it's already starting to intensify. rainfall in santa rosa check out the winds over the higher terrain gusting 40 to 50 miles an hour. even 60 miles per hour wind gust writ now at the lower elevation we now at the lower elevation we are let's check out live doppler 7 let's check out live doppler 7 hd. becoming active. we havew 32 miles an hour out of the south east. heavy rain and strong winds for
at the gas pump than a week ago. average for regular $3.97. the first time below $4 since august. u.s. average $3.54. san francisco down 16 cents from a week ago. in oakland the price fell almost 20 cents. >>> appa lot of kids came down with something called giants fever on parade day. the san francisco unified school district said thousands of kids played hooky last wednesday, presumably to attend the world series parade. we saw a lot of kids from all over california. more than 4100 students in san francisco were absent that day, that cost the district nearly $160,000 in california funding. the state pays $38 a day for a student who shows up to school. the majority of school skippers were high school students. >> some tell us they were learning a lesson in perseverance and determination. >> that works we can go with that. >>> we have a winning weather forecast, if you like record temperatures. >> if you don't, it will change quickly. you can keep temperatures like this around for too many days. good morning, beautiful picture of the sun washing over san jose now. it will look almost
and realized, put myself in that position. u.s. attorney for the northern district of california melinda joined the campaign today saying changes are coming. >> it's capturing everyone's heart,. >> reporter: but it's the students that are most effected by the movie. >> there is no purpose watching someone get hurt over nothing. >> to be better person and be nice to each other. bullying is not right thing to do and it should be stopped. >> cheryl: that was lyanne melendez reporting. joining us is what is being done to combat bullying. jeanie saunders, safety manager for the alameda county office of education. i just want to start quickly. you were bullied yourself? >> i was. it goes back to that experience, i can still think of the words that the students used to bully me. i talk with other adults. >> cheryl: so it lasts a long time? >> it does. >> cheryl: you are committed to this issue. what are school administrators doing? >> school administrators start by creating policies. having clear and consistent policies and procedures for bullying. it's really the best way to start the conversation. y
slaughtered. >> the japanese are not allowed to sell the dolphins in the u.s. because the federal government has declared the drive hunt inhumane. they are finding new ways to bring attention to the cause. she streams them live on the internet at abc7news.com. i will be posting links to the site and the japanese site where you can read their perspective. we are also posting ways you can take action if you would like to. >> a cope filled with blood is the image you can't shake. >> it has been exposed for years and still going on. >> dan, thank you. >>> a martinez man is suing that city, and police for excessive force for an incident caught on camera. he spoke exclusively to abc7 news about the case. a gas station surveillance camera shows officers confronting eric gilsoth. they wanted to talk about a domestic violence case. the video shows he complied with their demands and they tased him anyway. >> i didn't know what was happening. my body was immobilized and it was the most painful in my life. as i fell to the ground he continued to hold the taser to continue tasing me. >> martinez police c
u.s. officials say the relationship was discovered after the fbi saw e-mails that raised concerns. she is a graduate from the united states military academy at west point. she spent 15 years in the military. she describes petraeus as herman for. she is married with two children. petraeus met his wife at west point. she was also a four star general. her great, great grandfather fought in the civil war. she works in the administration helping return service members and fight off banks that prey on them while they are away. the family moved 24 times for petraeus' career and holly raising their two children. senator dianne feinstein said i wish president obama had not accepted this resignation, but i understand and respect the decision. here is new york congressman peter king. >> obviously this hurts general petraeus, but it hurts the country more. he is a man of extra ordinary talent and extraordinary dedication and extraordinarily hard working. >> it comes days before petraeus was set to testify about the attack in benghazi, i libya that killed ambassador christopher stevens. >>> de
>>> a salute to veterans across the united states. today we honored those that serve in the u.s. military. more than 1.3 million men and women have lost their lives serving our nation. some of them are buried atgolde. there was presentation honoring blue star families. veterans worked side by side on community service projects. they got paint brushes to create a scene of pastels in oils. >>> the adjustment back to civilian life can prove to be a difficult one for our nation's veterans but there is help. tomas ramon shows us two bay area groups making a difference. >> former marine served one tour in iraq and two in afghanistan. he is one of 40 vets taking part in the event here at adobe systems. he was trained as a network engineer but training he learned in the marines is useless in the high-tech industry. >> this program is brainchild of katherine webster. she saw the need to help vets that had technical training but found it difficult to find jobs in the private sector. she has paired mentors with returning vets like this marine looking for one of the estimated 8,000 high-tec
from . the u.s. anti-doping agency stripped armstrong of his tour de france titles and banned him from out competing a livestrong spokesperson says armstrong has personally donated more than seven million dollars over the the years. >>> mike i heard a touch of rain may be on the way. >> a little, then the big touch a week from now you have a little bit to prepare. not going to be assange as it was last week. off to a yet start sunny no record highs. bull picture downtown san jose this morning. 2600 feet up on mount tamalpais back towards ocean beach, haze, no need to worry not a spare the air day. live doppler 7 hd, clouds on top of us, well away from the bay area up to the north that's where the storm track is going to stay over the next couple of days. a dip or two may try to fall in the north bay, i think mendocino, those counties probably closest it is going to get. as far as clouds, to the north visible satellite, all that snow that fell over the weekend up in the sierra, that hooks dining room than it did last week. temperatures 60 in oakland now los gatos everybody else mid to u
with the same fiber found in many popular supplements sold here in the u.s, decks train. japan has a taste for unique soda. past flavor include yogurt strawberry and milk and cucumber. >>> 7 michael is telling us that savvy shop remembers finding treasures in the last place you might think to look. it's the top trending video on 7 fuss.com. san francisco goodwill stores collect a lot of clothing. some of it high end fashion too. it gets sold on the goodwill web site but some get sent to special goodwill store. cashmere try the store on i have beening street. boutique in san anselmo called george and willow. >> target ago specific customer. 18 to 34-year-old woman who is mr. interested in the fashion look as opposed to the brand. >> we have a list of all goodwill specialty stores in the bay area on our web site. click on the 7 on your side tab the on the left. might be able to find yourself very nice and help people. >> absolutely. feeling like fvl it's cool enough throughout to pull the cashmere out. >> wool blanket. spencer has the forecast. >> cooling down for sure. overnight
has to be cleaned and sanitized. traffic along the great highway is not affected. >>> happening now, u.s. interior secretary ken salazar is visiting a controversial oyster farm. next week salazar is expected to announce a decision on whether to allow the company to continue operating there. its lease is set to expire at the end of this month. the parks service claims the farm is harming the environment and wants it closed. a review in august found the parks services environmental review lacked strong scientific support. >>> it is a tradition the day before thanksgiving city officials prepare holiday meals for it is sense who need help. salvation army vip turkey carve brought together members of the police, fire and army personnel and officials from city hall. more than 5,000 meals are being prepared and delivered to home bound san francisco residents. the volunteers benefit too. >> every time -- [ inaudible ] >> by the way, the mayor won the carving contest. salvation army volunteers will deliver meals to 5 -- 5100 starting tomorrow morning. >>> here's a live look from heavenly resort ca
ground for a new same day delivery service from the u.s. postal service called metro post. post office is working out agreements with 10 national retail chains within the city. the service begins december 12 and if things go well program expands to other big city next year. >> today was a beautiful day. beautiful thanksgiving. >> unusually warm. check in now with experience. >> we are not complaining. >> not at all. >> here's a lack at live doppler 7 hd. we have a cloud free sky just weighs did for most of the day today. very mild thanksgiving day with temperatures in the upper 60's around most of the bay i can't remember. right now cooling down a bit but still very pleasant conditions. getting cooler up in the northern part of the viewing area down to 42 at fairfield. 43 santa rosa and napa 47. we expect some locations to see low dropping to the 30's but we have some low 50's around much of the remainder of the bay area. still pleasantly cool to mild in some spots. forecast feature. cold conditions in some of the north bay valley over nature. maybe even patchy valley fog tha
display. this is the only u.s. stop for the wonderland that features face painters, jugulars, fire dancers and fire eaters. love the fire eaters. >>> still to come, chaos across the country as millions turned out to get in on the black friday deals. we'll show you some of the biggest spots. >> and how you can shop and help out your community this weekend. >> and along with on-line shopping comes another problem, package theft. what you need to know to make sure your on-line purchases arrive at their destination. >> coming up next on "nightline" as millions take to the stores this black friday, we have an inside look at the new blockbuster individual yoy game that is looking to -- video game that is looking to >>> we continue to follow the breaking news out of pinole. this is a live picture as crews frantically try to dig out a man who has been stuck in a drainage pipe. he has been stuck since 8:00 tonight. officials tell abc news that he was sleeping in the pipe and got wedged inside somehow. they continue to dig around the pipe which is 14 inches wide. they plan to break the pipe to free
, workers above were trapped. the factory made products for wal-mart and other companies in the u.s. and europe. the bangladesh government has declared tomorrow a national day of mourning. >>> happening now, egypt's president standing by his decision to give himself sweeping new powers. today president morsi told the nation's tom judges that he acted within his rights. -- his move put him above any oversight, including that of the courts. opposition is denouncing the power grab as dictatorial and vows to press on with protests. >>> back from thanksgiving break congress reconvenes with 236 days to go before automatic increases and spending cuts known as the fiscal cliff go into effect this is a live look of the senate floor, you see mcconnell the minority leader speaking now. president obama and congressional leaders are not expected to meet this week they want give staffers more time to work through differences first. the president is expected to hit the road to lied public support for his proposal. -- road to mobilize public support for his proposal. >>> current secretary of date w
's president. thousands are taking to the streets, throwing rocks, clashing with police near the u.s. embassy in tahrir square. angry protesters want president morsi to rescind decreases granting himself near absolute powers. morsi has tried to soften his position saying he is only increasing his powers temporarily. >>> palestinian officials say yasser arafat's remains have been reburied hours after being exhumed. it began early today under the cover of huge blue sheets. officials say samples were given to experts from switzerland, france and rush the former palestinian leader died of a stroke in 2004. the underlying cause remains a mystery. >>> visit to capitol hill by ambassador rice changing the mines of republicans who oppose her -- the minds of republicans who oppose her expected nomination to secretary of state. some say they are more troubled now than they were over her initial explanations about the deadly raid in benghazi. rice met behind closed door with mccain, graham and ayotte, three of her harshest critics. >> lisa argen what are you finding? >> visibility improving, a little su
in bangladesh owned by a company that supplies retail chains here this u.s.. three factory officials have been arrested, accused of locking doors, trapping workers inside that inferno, 112 were killed in saturday's fire. the few who survived say they were told to ignore the fire alarms and get back to work. order books found the factory was making clothes for disney, pixar, wal-mart, sears and other western brands. >>> new study says that couch in your living room could be dangerous. researchers tested more than 100 couches and found potential toxic flame retardants in many, more than half contained some combination of flame retardant chemicals in the foam that pose a risk to humans. the american chemistry council say flame retardants in furniture are designed to save lives by preventing fires. >>> meteorologist lisa argen busy day today, all kinds of weather. >> yeah it was a little slow to get going in the early morning hours the wind came first then some burst of heavy rain. right now still looking at rain, coming didn't pretty good in our east bay and the santa cruz mountains. here's a liv
dropped on hiroshima, but a year later the u.s. dropped the project. >> can you imagine that? >>> we are getting ready forayeders day -- for raiders day on december 6th. it will kick off with a -- with the abc news at 4:00. we will broadcast the game against the den -- the denver broncos. e-mail your fan photos to you report at kgo-tv.com. fun stuff. >> and larry beil and mike shumann will have a special show leading up to that. >> you can't get better pictures. jim harbaugh is playing with fire. his rookie was named the starter . alex smith took the team to the title game. the bar is set. we hav ♪ [ female announcer ] at yoplait, we want you to feel even better about your favorite flavors. so when you call, tweet, and post, we listen. that's why yoplait light and yoplait original are now made with no high fructose corn syrup. and why we use only natural colors and natural flavors in yoplait original. so, anything else we can do for you, let us know. but you'll keep it to yogurt, right? 'cause we shouldn't really help with your love life. yoplait. it is so good! i am not a happy ca
, it is not the biggest u.s. prize in march of this year, three tickets shared 656 million dollars. last night nearly nine million ticket holders won smaller prizes. if you matched five out of six numbers, you will share in a prize totalling more than 130 million dollars. this is the 27th power ball winning ticket sold in missouri, the state ranks second trailing only indiana. t.j. winick, abc7 news. >>> former president bush is in the hospital being treated for bong kai 'tis. mr. bush has been at a -- bronchitis. mr. bush has been cured for the most part but still has a lingering cough. the family hopes the 88-year-old will be discharged by the weekend. office from 89 to 93 and the father of former president george w. bush. >>> happening now president obama hosting republican mitt romney at the white house for a private lunch. romney arrived this morning walked into the west wing alone. it is the first meeting between the two since romney lost to president obama in the november election. that get together fulfills a promise president obama made during his election night victory speech. the white house sa
dies. >> well as the u.s. economy continues to climb its way back ever so slowly tonight silicon valley turns to south korea to help. effort that could be a win-win. 7 news business technology reporter david lieu attended match making event in santa clara today. >> technology key driver of the south korean economy making up 40 percent of the trade. without the component it makes americans might not have smart phones or high def tv monitor. >> i think it's sort of under celebrated fact but korean technology pervades the homes in pockets of most americans. >>reporter: 43 trade agreement signed last march is already paving the way for more investment and partnership between silicon valley and korea a.500 korean company show off their latest technology in a two day conference in santa cl. he developed leading technology institute. california tech firms see korea as partner who can help them develop and refine the technology for global sale. he sold his company makes wireless systems for the energy industry. >> korea is great. and in0vaivt and track record. u.s. company lake qu
-22 is most advanced u.s. war planes but it has been plagued with problems including oxygen issues which has caused some dizziness among pilots flying that jet. >>> we are learning that federal regulators have suspended j p morgan from trading electricity in california. federal energy regulatory commission says j p morgan gave false information or in some case no, sir information at all to cal independent system operator. this is very rare punishment. sixth month suspension starts in april. >> mean time research made public at hearing in san francisco today offers evidence that confidential refinery were producing gasoline at times when they claimed they weren't. look what happened to the price? this graft charts average gas price ins san francisco oakland san jose over the past 6 mont months. the big spike near the end is where they rose to record highs. 7 news reporter heather has the story. >> california energy commission says 2012 has been a record year for the number and severity of gasoline price spike. today state senator leno went searching for answers why. to ask if t
the u.s. humane society half billion dollars. that's the largest settlement on record in an animal abuse case. it settles the civil suit accusing west land hallmark meat of butch ering sick cow and selling the beef to the national school lunch program. slaughter house was exposed in 2008 by undercover video shot by animal rights activists. that led to the largest meat recall in u.s. history. symptoms only symbolic. west land hallmark meat is bankrupt and shut down. >> california high speed rail project will continue as scheduled. june turned down an attempt by farmers to stop the project in the central valley. that's where the first segment is scheduled to break ground next summer. however capitol correspondent annette explains the legal fight here is still far from over. >>reporter: future of california controversial 800 mile, 68 billion dollar high speed rail project hinges on the outcome of lawsuit filed by farmer water district and other opposing interests in the central valley. that's where the first segment is scheduled to brick ground next summer. >> they are not foll
to democracy. this is cairo. >> president obama today signed a law that requires u.s. airline to be secluded from fe fees for european carbon emission. air leaps fought the program saying it with add billions to airfare over the next decade or so. officials estimate it could add 30 dollars to each round trip ticket to europe. environmentmentist traimd the bill as first test on climate at change. not happy with him. >> extraordinary pun i objectment for the big cigarette companies. federal judge said they lied and they now have to take out ads and admit it publicly. the judge says they have to say they quote deliberately deceived the american public about the dangers of cigarettes and they designed them to be addictive. the company have been battling these court rulings since 1999. they are expected to appeal yet again. >> now to rivetting show did you know on capitol hi. centers on the attack in benghazi libya take became such a part of the presidential campaign. bay area native ambassador chris stevens was killed in that attack along with 3 other americans. today one of the strongest
david petraeus will testify before a house committee on friday about the u.s. consulate attack in libya despite being a subject himself. it was in question after he resigned over an affair with his by yoking graw fer, paula broadwell. he weighed in on the sex scandal saying he has no evidence at this point any classified information was disclosed. in his first news conference since re-election, the president praised petraeus. >> safer because of the work that dave petraeus has done. my main home -- hope is that this ends up being a single side note on what has otherwise been an extraordinary career. >> broadwell is being investigated for storing significant information at her home. she has had her security clearance suspended and she could face prosecution. >>> mitt romney is telling his top donors that president obama won re-election eight days ago in part because of, quote, gifts he gave to minorities and young voters. romney discusses the african-american community and the hispanic community saying the dream act amnesty program was a big gift. he also mentioned the president's health
daily through u.s. airports. >> cologne was missing, things i purchased while in europe. >> the tsa wouldn't talk to us on camera, but a spokesperson told us by phone and e-mail that there is no proof that agents are clipping the lock. physical bag inspections do not require the tsa to cut or otherwise damage tsa-approved locks. as a last resort when the tsa locks are unable to be opened, the locks are cut. when went on to say for every tsa agent that touches a bag, another dozen airline employees also touch. it the airline trade group, airlines of america says its members have put cameras along the baggage path and routinely take measures to make sure baggage arrives on time and in the same condition as it was checked. they are pointing back to tsa. >> it would be good to get my money back and assurances about standing behind their job as tsa agents. >> now, here are a few tips to consider, never pack any valuables in your luggage. keep them on your body or in your carry on. travel with solid, but inexpensive luggage and that way thieves won't notice you as often. and if you ever d
might company. they say some stores in the u.s. are using them for marketing research. get this, they are expanding the plans that have mannequins record what you are saying. i don't know about you but i rather they not. technology has changed until you show kids these days. most of us what we were using a few years ago. nick has the story from sacramento. >> it was simple those old devices we were in awe of. we were able to get a record player, a walk man, a reel to reel recorder. a rotary phone, type writer and polaroid camera. then line up all that babbling in the day that was worth hundreds of dollars and just wait for priceless responses. >> all these second and third-graders are from the boys and girls club in sacramento. none of them know about our hidden camera. >> it's weird. >> it's camera. >> like in the army, if they wanted to type it like that. >> it's when you touch one it moves. [ laughter ] >> oh, yes, we heard that jacob. >> what do you think? >> i was thinking i could get a genie out of here. >> it's called a record. >> a record. >> who do you think would use s
diabetes epidemic, why more people are likely to develop the disease in the u.s. government is planning to set off a nuclear bomb on the moon. top secret papers just uncovered. can you imagine that. schumann is here with a huge decision. >> coach harbaugh has made his pick. surprise, he named the kaep to start and what is the rationale. >> we you have two quarterbacks that we feel great about as starting quarterback. both have earned it and deserved it. colin is the hot hand and we'll go with colin. >> harbaugh decided to go with the hot hand which was easy call because alex hasn't played for two weeks. when asked if this is week to week situation, never assume anything. you take on young down to play. sure, he has had two games. longer you keep alex on the sidelines it could hurt. >> it's been great. he has helped me a lot. he helped me a lot going through the playbook. how we're going to do things and different possessions. he has been a great help to get me to where i am right now. >> he a class act all the way. as prepared as he is a starter. that is what we would expect and be read
is in sacramento with the story. >> reporter: after a legal battle that almost ended up at the u.s. supreme court, the arizona-based americans for responsible leadership finally revealed who gave them that mystery their 11 million campaign contribution. >> they disclosed, an intermediary, the largest instance of money laundering in california history. >> reporter: in a letter, the money came from americans for job security, which funneled it to yet another nonprofit, center to protect patient right, before sending it to arl, arl sent it to the small business action committee pac in california, to use against governor brown's tax measure for schools, proposition 30, to win approval for proposition 32, which aims to curtail labor unions' political power. one of the groups is tied to david and charles koch, the billionaire brothers who are financing anti-obama ads in swing states and banke rolling tea party candidates. >> these are two individuals worth over $3 or $4 billion, who have promised to spend $200 to $300 million on conservative candidates with pacs and nonprofits. >> reporter: they hope v
-mail that they extended the deadline for electronic voting to friday. >> more than 1200 people became u.s. citizen ins the east bay and celebration didn't stop there. nick smith explains from oakland city hall. >> wonderful obligation to be able to exercise the right to vote and make sure that it counts. >>reporter: she's originally from india. she moved here in 2001-today is her birthday and first time she voted as citizen of the united states. >> i think it would be a big deal but when i was sitting there i started tearing up. >>reporter: her day didn't start here. it started here. tl 1255 men and women from 104 country became naturalized citizen of the united states this morning. the theatre in oakland packed with energy excitement and new citizens. him with one goal in mind. >> i want to vote. >>reporter: because she lives in alameda county she had 787 polling places to do just that. that's right. as new citizen she can exercise her right to vet today. >> for any of those people that live in alameda county they become citizen today's they can come down to our office, register to vote and c
pursuing him right now. >>reporter: lo level of the drug found in the bloodstream of former u.s. commerce secretary after string of collision ins southern california this summer. few week later kerry kennedy daughter of robert f crashed north of new york city with generic forum byen in her bloo blood. the report conclusion that drug driving probably happens more than drunk drivin driving. mother against drunk driving added drug driving to the campaign because of the rise. >> driving under the influence no longer means just alcohol. it includes alcohol and drugs and combination of both. the result and consequences are really the same. people get arrested or end up dead. >>reporter: advocating recreation use of marijuana are not deterred by the report. drug policy alliance opposes driving while impaired by pot but california numbers shouldn't prevent effort to loosen up law. >> nobody should drive under the impairment of anything. i'm just saying that the risk associated with marijuana and driving are substantially lower than the risk associated with alcohol and with some prescription
>> u.s. postal service selected san francisco as starting point for a new service for internet shoppers like amazon and wal-mart.com. post office begins same day delivery for on line purchases made from local retailers. starts in san francisco december 12th at price of 10 dollars and if it works it will expand next year to cities like boston, chicago and new york. >>> before you head out to shop on black friday be sure to check out 7 news.com and we compiled a list of stores 4. also browse their black friday sales ads. all right there on our web site for you. you will find it under see it on tv. >> big change is coming to the golden gate bridge. many of us aren't prepared for. toll takers no longer man the booth and bridge will rely solely on electronic tolling. heather explains how it will work. >>reporter: by march of next year golden gate bridge toll takers and the cash they collect will be gone. >> no cash will be accepted in the toll lanes. >>reporter: no cash. no stopping. the bridge district says it will save millions of dollars and traffic should move better th
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